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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

Synopsis of the Verb

180. The following synopsis shows the forms of the verb arranged according to the three stems (§ 164 ). Amō, a regular verb of the first conjugation, is taken as a type.

PRINCIPAL PART: Active, amō, amāre, amāvī, amātum.

Passive, amor, amārī, amātus sum.

PRESENT STEM amā-PERFECT STEM amāv-SUPINE STEM amāt-
ACTIVEPASSIVE
Present stem, amā-
INDICATIVE
PRES.amōamo-r
IMPERF.amā-bamamā-bar
FUT.amā-bōamā-bor
SUBJUNCTIVE
PRES.ame-mame-r
IMPERF.amā-remamā-rer
IMPERATIVE
PRES.amāamā-re
FUT.amā-tōamā-tor
INFINITIVE
PRES.amā-reamā-rī
PARTICIPLE
PRES.amā-nsGERUNDIVE ama-ndus
GERUNDama-ndī
Perfect stem, amāv-Supine stem, amāt-
INDICATIVE
PERF.amāv-īamāt-us sum
PLUPERF.amāv-eramamāt-us eram
FUT. PERF.amāv-erōamāt-us erō
SUBJUNCTIVE
PERF.amāv-erimamāt-us sim
PLUPERF.amāv-issemamāt-us essem
INFINITIVE
PERF.amāv-isse
Supine stem, amāt-
INFINITIVE
PERF.amāt-us esse
FUT.amāt-ūrus esseamāt-um īrī
PARTICIPLE
FUT.amāt-ūrusPERF. amāt-us
SUPINEamāt-umamāt-ū

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